Arizona Health & Living Magazine July 2018 issue

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ootprints to Recovery, recognized nationally as a leader in the field of drug and alcohol treatment, recently announced that it has received its behavioral health inpatient license and is now open and available to receive clients at its first Detoxification Center in Arizona, serving the Phoenix metropolitan area and Western United States. The company will be administering 4-hour medical care and supervised recovery treatment in its brand-new medical detoxification facility in Mesa. At more than 1 ,000 square feet, the detox facility is one of the largest of its kind in the greater Phoenix area. Learn more at

Becky artagener, LMSW, MSW, executive director of ootprints to Recovery

p Recently, Charlie abaley's Dream Machine Tour stopped in the alley on its cross-country mission to make dreams come true. During his stop, he surprised local resident Rose sparza, a preschool aid at Desert Mirage lementary School who is battling breast cancer. According to T CBS 5, in total, the Dream Machine Tour is covering 1 6,000 of sparza's surgery, chemo and reconstructive surgery, plus paying off her entire mortgage. They're also giving her a new Dodge Caravan. They also helped to spruce up the school. Learn more at

p The Better Business Bureau BBB serving Central, orthern and Western Arizona has selected Arizona oundation Solutions as a finalist for the 01 Torch Award for thics, the most prestigious honor the BBB can present to a business. This is the second consecutive year the company has been selected as a finalist. While Arizona oundation Solutions, a Phoenixbased foundation repair specialist, was a finalist as a category III company 1-50 employees last year, it returns as a category I company 51-150 employees this year, indicating significant growth. Learn more at Ju y 2018

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